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Jennie Rowntree 9h
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Adara Spence 18h
My plans today: Pilates based physiotherapy & editing in my upstairs writing area! I'm truly going places.
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Manon Strickland 3h
Morning vitamins sorted and ready 💪🏻
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Princess, The Tower 17h
“The force of grew within me. I tried to hide the from others, covering it up with a smile; I tried to live a normal life… I “looked well.”…but the inside of me is a completely different story—there’s no way to escape it.”
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Bev Schechtman 12h
. taking stigma off of those w addiction and placing it on everyone w pain isn’t progress. Both groups deserve compassion and zero judgment.
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Adara Spence Dec 3
Nothing went to plan yesterday but I'm drawing a line under it & moving on. Today: edit scene 19 part 2 & have a stairlift installed. 2nd attempt at both! Let's have a productive end to the week - whatever that looks like for you 😁
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Adara Spence Dec 4
Access to my writing area has been restored thanks to a working stairlift! I wrote the bulk of my novel in that space. It's good to be back for edits! I predict a productive day tomorrow 😁
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a healed femur Dec 4
I have about 3 and a half months until I’m expected to return to work, via a phased return. It’s scary & overwhelming but I’m starting to realise that if I ever want to truly recover from ME/cfs maybe I shouldn’t return.
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Adara Spence Dec 3
I had a decent amount of rest so I think I can reach my goals today! First: a healthcare task. Then: edit 2nd half of scene 19. With lots of breaks & pacing today is doable! Reward: stairlift installation tomorrow. It WILL happen!
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Church/Heliosares 10h
Pizza ordered, it’s that time again
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Zoah Hedges-Stocks Dec 4
Pro tip from the Queen of Chronic illness: there is no rule that says you have to stand up when you're in the shower
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Bo 🍊🇦🇺 #HENRYJOURNEY Nov 29
I want what he's got, a battery that's capable of charging to 100%. I'm a my battery is usually flat 😞
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Fiona Campbell Dec 3
Missed it by an hour oops, but yesterday was or and I wanted to remind people not all disabilities are visable but all equally valid! Wishing my friends a great and comfortable day!
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Princess, The Tower Dec 1
“I try very hard to hide the I feel, both emotionally and physically…I don’t want to make anyone else miserable. So…they don’t see the tears…they don’t see the days in bed it takes to recover from a few hours of pretending to be “normal.”
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Jessie Raye 15h
sometimes I have the energy to dance around and create. sometimes I lay on the couch in the fetal position self-soothing to enya at 6 am bc it’s raining and my joints are inflamed and I feel the battle of endor is happening in my body. balance, y’all.
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Briannica Lynn 5h
In other fun chronic illness news I hurt my low back pretty badly yesterday to where it's swollen and sending shocks into my legs and such and I wish I had a fun thing I was doing when it happened but guess what I was doing? SITTING.
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Adara Spence Nov 28
I hope everyone has a good weekend! As well as resting I think I'll edit a very short scene today. I want to feel productive but not overdo it. Rest is the aim of the game.
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Bo 🍊🇦🇺 #HENRYJOURNEY Nov 30
Replying to @henrylau89
Quarantine for me is when the world made my norm their norm. My chronic illnesses left me homebound most days for yrs now, I'll still be like this when the world is covid free. Henry, u n all ur works help make life more bearable. I smile n laugh often cos of u. Thx U.
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✍✍ 🇲🇽 Sebastian Fierro Castillo🇪🇸 ✍✍ Dec 4
I across a variety of genres, and do visual . My can be seen at , & most of my can be found in print on Amazon. (Working on other versions.) I'm a / person with a wide variety of interests. Talk to me.
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Rhiann Johns Nov 28
"Exercise has even been proven to reduce MS symptoms, improve mobility and benefit our mental wellbeing. Doing exercise can be hard though, and difficult to start, especially when living with a chronic illness." via
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